Amy’s Pomeroon Foods Inc. conducts coffee tasting exercise at Agriculture Ministry -as new Agro processing company expresses its confidence in Guyana’s economy 

 

The Ministry of Agriculture with the aim of pushing agro processing and diversification in Guyana today facilitated Amy’s Pomeroon Foods Inc.  coffee tasting exercise in the compound of the Ministry of Agriculture.

The activity saw a number of persons sampling the premium grade coffee made locally in Guyana. Since its inception, Amy’s Pomeroon Food Inc. has been supplying the regional and international market with the local bend of ground coffee.

Chief Executive Officer, Amy’s Pomeroon Foods Inc., Mr. Louis Holder lauded the move by Government in affording the development of small and medium enterprises in Guyana.

“Gone are the days when small and medium businesses are left behind…today, we are able to tap into regional and international markets to better position our country to be a leading export once again,” Mr. Holder said.

The coffee currently being produced is a premium grade which goes through a five step process to ensure it is brewed to perfection. The bean used to produce the coffee is grown locally by Pomeroon farmers.

Amy’s Pomeroon Coffee comes in two sizes; 500g and 250g and is distributed by Banks DIH Ltd and can be found in all major supermarkets across Guyana.

A member of Amy's Pomeroon Foods Inc explaining the details of their coffee to customers .JPG-june16

 

 

CEO od Amy's Pomeroon Foods Inc. Mr Louis Holder engaging those attending the coffee tasting exercise .JPG-june16

 

 

 

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